Alabama Executioners Call Off Alan Miller's Lethal Injection After Trouble Accessing His Veins

Alabama Executioners Call Off Alan Miller's Lethal Injection After Trouble Accessing His Veins

When the Supreme Court cleared the way for Alan Miller’s lethal injection on Thursday night, the triple-killer spent several hours believing he was about to die. But when the moment arrived, prison officials had difficulty accessing his veins and, with a midnight deadline looming, the decision was abruptly made to call the execution off. Miller, 57, was sentenced to death for murdering three men in a workplace shooting rampage in 1999. The choice to halt proceedings and send Miller back …